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The A–Z Guide to Food As Medicine 1st Edition

  The A–Z Guide to Food As Medicine 1st Edition Can an apple a day keep the doctor away? The A-Z Guide to Food As Medicine addresses food folklore by exploring the scientific findings about physiological effects of over 250 foods, food groups,...
by booksmedicos on May 31, 2016

A bowl of porridge for medicine

Chinese congee by hirotomo Here in the West we generally think of ''porridge'' as being made from oats and eaten at breakfast time. However, in Asia, porridge, or congee as it is usually called, is most often made from rice, cooked with plent...

‘Magical’ Coldbuster Soup

Some sort of extremely aggressive flu-like illness was spreading like wildfire here in the Willamette Valley. I was sitting on my mat in my Pilates class the other morning and my teacher {and one of the lovely owners of the studio I teach at} was tal...
by Bullfrogs and Bulldogs on Apr 5, 2013

The Heartburn Healing Diet

Millions of people in the world have GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) and many have at some point experienced acid reflux. 11 foods that calm and 8 foods that trigger heartburn.
by Dieting can be fun on Nov 29, 2012

The PMS Diet

The PMS Diet can help when it’s that time of the month for us ladies. Here we will discuss some foods and methods in order to beat the bloat, reduce cravings, and avoid irritable mood changes.
by Dieting can be fun on Oct 8, 2012

The food hospital is back again

The food hospital is back with its second series. The Food Hospital is back in a new and exciting six part series on Channel 4 examining the science behind using food as medicine. In a variety of studies conducted under expert supervision and with...
by Natural cures on Sep 17, 2012

My take on Whole Foods

I got off work early, and I decided to run a few errands. Got my haircut, bought some office supplies, and exchanged a few items at Best Buy so I can do my podcast (excited about that!). I also stopped at Whole Foods for lunch while I was doing all o...
by Dr. O & Midwest PRS on Jul 18, 2012


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